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The new NETZSCH Differential Scanning Calorimeter range has arrived! The brandnew DSC 300 Caliris® Supreme and Select – Fresh look, new functionality and unique flexibility in two instrument versions. Read more!
Material analysis is of great importance for component as well as mold and process design in the automotive industry. Read, how differential scanning calorimetry and rheology contribute to the optimization of epoxy resin injection molding and learn more about the thermoset injection molding process and its application in electronics encapsulation in the first part of this new blog series.
In times of travel restrictions and advancing digitalization, we have expanded our online service offerings especially in the field of customer training and e-learning.
Powder Bed Fusion (PBF), also called Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), is the layer-by-layer construction technology of 3D objects, where a laser beam selectively traces over a predefined area on the powder layer. One of the most widely used materials is PA12.
Take part at the first digital NETZSCH Future Days from May 16 to 19, 2022 and learn about exciting themes from the fields of Pharmaceuticals & Life Science, Battery & Insulation, Smart Manufacturing & Smart Labs and Additive & Advanced Manufacturing
With a unique set of physical and mechanical properties, graphene, the two-dimensional honeycomb crystal lattice of sp2-hybridized carbon, holds intense academic and industrial interest in developing lightweight, intelligent, and robust hybrid materials. Learn about the use of Laser Flash Method for developing engineered graphene-based thermal interfaces materials and read the scientific paper written by our long-standing customer Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.
NETZSCH analysis instruments have a well founded reputation for reliability, long service life and trouble-free operation. By combining this with a maintenance contract or an individual full-service agreement, you ensure that your instrument remains reliable for many years and minimize instrument failure as well as reducing any associated unplanned costs.
Generally, capillary rheometers are used to measure melt properties at higher shear rates compared to rotational rheometers, allowing determination of flow behavior under typical processing conditions. Thermoplastics can be characterized using a Kinexus Rotational Rheometer, but also with the Rosand Capillary Rheometer.
For the precise measurement of thermophysical properties such as thermal diffusivity, the Laser Flash technique (LFA) has proven itself as a fast and precise method. Learn in our new video about the basic workflow of an LFA measurement.